Articles about United Kingdom
Verne Global, operator of datacentres in the frozen north, has landed more funding to grow its business.
After three days of terrorist attacks in the French capital, European leaders are pushing for stronger measures to crack down on online "extremist" content.
The computer giant wants to bring Windows to the masses again -- in the form of a tiny desktop box.
The UK government will attempt to patch up its mobile black spots via an agreement that will see mobile operators invest £5bn over the next three years.
Tackling state-sponsored attacks on critical infrastructure and the defence supply chain remain top priorities, according to newly published figures.
GCHQ's tablet app allows users to use encryption to create and crack messages
As one undersea broadband project ends, another begins.
Australian bitcoin startup CoinJar hopes to tap into the United Kingdom's 'progressive' digital currency sector after shifting its corporate headquarters to London's Docklands region.
The UK has its first official Android One launch with a Karbonn device, despite Google's lack of interest in bringing the platform to developed markets.
Deutsche Telekom and Orange have confirmed they're in early talks with BT over the possible sale of EE, following earlier discussions with BT and O2 over a similar deal.
Buyers and users of business tablets in Europe report productivity increases of 30 to 33 percent, but over two-thirds remain less than completely satisfied with the tablet experience.
Prolonged IT problems that affected millions of customers of NatWest, Ulster Bank, and RBS have landed the bank with a massive penalty.
You might not hire a pickpocket to be a guard, but the UK's cybersecurity shortage has prompted a skill hire, no matter the origin.
Which? wants stricter rules on advertising broadband speeds, given that now the rates can apply to just 10 percent of customers.
United Kingdom Prime Minister David Cameron has told a joint sitting of the Australian parliament that businesses have a social responsibility to clamp down on extremist content on the internet.
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